To say that this past week has been a good one for Karina Krueger Schwanke would be an understatement.
The stereotype of the dumb jock has consistently been perpetuated by mainstream media. Some people can’t help but wonder, “All these people do is skate around a rink or kick a ball, so how smart can they really be?”
It’s a great feeling to get this win for our program and for the guys who did so much for our program 20 years ago,” said Berhanemeskel after the game. “They did so much for this team’s culture and history.”
It is described as the art of motion, but in layman’s terms, it’s that cool sport where people run from point A to point B doing amazing flips and stunts along the way.
Emma Galbraith ecently broke a school record at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational meet in New York City, running 1000 metres in two minutes and 46.89 seconds—a time that also puts her on top of the Canadian Interuniversity Sports rankings for that race. Think you can beat her time? We dare you to try.
What better way to demonstrate your fandom than plastering it all over your beautiful face? Use face-paint sticks—conveniently available in our school colours at Dollarama—for best results.
Just like in other team sports, whether you play well or not, your teammates are there to pick up the slack if you had a bad round. We win together and lose together.
Global climate change is threatening this activity, and to play hockey or go for a skate on a frozen lake or pond may soon be a thing of the past.
Don’t be fooled by the fluffy name of the tournament, either—the She-Gees are a force to be reckoned with. Last year, they competed with 27 teams from across Ontario and won the annual Powderpuff tournament hosted by Wilfrid Laurier University.
“These players have been playing for fifteen or more years, so they’re aware of those dangers,” said hockey coach Yanick Evola. “We just try to talk to them and give them a couple of exercises here and there to help prevent [concussions]. It happens quite a bit.”